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In Retirement Planning

Do you pay state and federal taxes on Workmen's Compensation or Social Security Disability?

Yes, but it is taxed differently then regular income, and like any income how much may be taxed depends on many other circumstances....other income, other deductions, other ex (MORE)
In Insurance

Is workers compensation taxable in California?

Workers compensation is not classified as earned income and is not taxed in any state according to workers compensation Unemployment benefits are subject t (MORE)
In Insurance

In what states is workers compensation the exclusive remedy for an injured worker?

I have been lightly researching this question for several years and am about to give it much more attention. The "exclusive remedy" laws were formulated in the early 20th cent (MORE)
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Which states are Workers Compensation Monopolistic States?

North Dakota, Ohio, Washington & Wyoming. Also, the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico are monopolistic, and AZ, CA, CO, ID, MD, MI, MN, MT, NY, OK, OR, PA & UT are option stat (MORE)
In Insurance

Do corporations have to supply workers compensation for employees in the state of California?

Yes, in California failure to have workers' compensation coverage is a criminal offense. In fact, the California Labor Code makes it a misdemeanor punishable by either a fine (MORE)
In Insurance

Which states don't require workers compensation?

All states require WC, but there is some confusion because some have exemptions or because Texas makes the *insurance* voluntary. Texas is the only voluntary state.. Even wit (MORE)
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How much do employers pay for workers' compensation?

Insurance costs depend on several factors, such as location, size of company, payroll &/or cost of subcontractors and claims history. The owner and manager's experience, kind (MORE)
In Workers Compensation

Can you get pregnancy disability pay when you are on workmans compensation?

You have to check your disability policy. If you have a private short term disability policy, there will be language specifying when benefits are paid if you were not working (MORE)
In Workers Compensation

Do you have to pay taxes on workers compensation settlements?

Amounts received as workers' compensation for an occupational sickness or injury are exempt from tax if paid under a workers' compensation act or a statute like one.act. The e (MORE)
In Insurance

Are there any medical providers in Arizona who accept California Workers Compensation and State Fund Insurance?

I assume you're talking California State Compensation Insurance Fund. I believe you'll find State Fund will pay any physician willing to accept reimbursement at Fee Schedule a (MORE)
In Workers Compensation

What state had workers compensation first?

Washington and Kansas enacted the first constitutional workers' compensation laws effective March 14, 1911. They were followed by Nevada on March 24, 1911, New Jersey on April (MORE)
In Insurance

Does workers compensation pay for heat exhaustion?

Broadly, workers compensation benefits are payable for those illnesses or conditions that occur while in the course and scope of employment. The historical trade-off was th (MORE)
In Disability Insurance

Who pays more in the state of California disability or unemployment?

Disability pays more per week depending on your highest quarter the year before.the more you make the higher it pays. Unemployment has a cap of 450.00 per week. Disability is (MORE)
In California

What does disability pay in California?

Disability pay in California will depend wholly on what you were making at a previous job, and what your expenses are. They will typically pay 30% to 60% of a person's past in (MORE)
In Workers Compensation

Do you have to pay income tax on worker comp disability checks in California?

You do not have to pay federal income tax in any state for worker's compensation disability checks. These payments are completely non-taxable. This is why the payment for disa (MORE)